Researching the acceptability of using Skype to provide Speech and Language Therapy

@article{Matthews2012ResearchingTA,
  title={Researching the acceptability of using Skype to provide Speech and Language Therapy},
  author={Rebecca Alison Matthews and Bencie Woll and Michael Clarke},
  journal={International Journal of Integrated Care},
  year={2012},
  volume={12}
}
In the current economic climate, whilst the demand for health services, including Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) continues to rise, there is pressure to reduce health service budgets, Tele-technology—the use of tele-communication technology to link patient and clinician remotely—could potentially provide a solution to meeting the demand for SLT with reduced resources. However, only a few SLT services in the United Kingdom (UK) have reported on using tele-technology to provide their service… 
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